Rising near Horsham and flowing into the English Channel at Shoreham, the Adur is mostly rated for its coarse fishing. Species encountered include roach, bream, perch, chub, and dace. Though ticket water is available, some sec-tions, especially in the middle and upper reaches, tend to be association controlled. Its long estuary is popular with mullet and bass anglers in the summer. Sea trout are occasionally caught. Rod Licence: SWA Dial Post, WsussexCi mile from TenchfordtofirstweirLB DT: ATS (K. Dunham, Marine Place, Worthing; Lagoon Tackle, 357,The Kingsway, Hove; Tarring Sports, Tarring Road, Worthing)F (Swallows Farm, Dial Post) Steyning, W SussexC3 miles from Seeding Bridgeto Streatham BridgeBB DT: ATS (Steyning)

Aire. See R. Ouse (Yorks) Allen. See R. Stour (Dorset)